What Is Happening With Axa S.A. (AXAHF)? (2019-10-18)

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REPORTING FOR 2019-10-18 | BUNDESPREMIERLEAGUE.COM: We have conducted a deep analysis of how Axa S.A. (AXAHF) has been trading over the last 2 weeks and the past day especially. On its latest session, Axa S.A. (AXAHF) opened at 26.48, reaching a high of 26.48 and a low of 26.36 before closing at a price of 26.36. There was a total volume of 7580.0.

VOLUME INDICATORS: We saw an accumulation-distribution index of 48.07, an on-balance volume of -26.15, chaikin money flow of 0.61057 and a force index of 0.0196. There was an ease of movement rating of -0.00041, a volume-price trend of 1.36891 and a negative volume index of 1000.0.

VOLATILITY: We noted an average true range of 0.21707, bolinger bands of 26.55198, an upper bollinger band of 25.95802, lower bollinger band of 26.36, a bollinger high band indicator of 1.0, bollinger low band indicator of 1.0, a central keltner channel of 26.44, high band keltner channel of 26.44, low band keltner channel of 26.44, a high band keltner channel indicator of 1.0 and a low band keltner channel indicator of 1.0. There was a donchian channel high band of 26.36, a donchian channel low band of 26.36, a donchian channel high band indicator of 1.0, and a donchian channel low band indicator of 1.0.

TREND: We calculated a Moving Average Convergence Divergence (MACD) of -0.00471, a MACD signal of -0.00262, a MACD difference of -0.00209, a fast Exponential Moving Average (EMA) indicator of 26.36, a slow Exponential Moving Average (EMA) indicator of 26.36, an Average Directional Movement Index (ADX) of unknown, an ADX positive of 20.0, an ADX negative of 20.0, a positive Vortex Indicator (VI) of 1.0, a negative VI of 1.0, a trend vortex difference of 0.00789, a trix of 4.80532, a Mass Index (MI) of 2.44, a Commodity Channel Index (CCI) of -66.66667, a Detrended Price Oscillator (DPO) of -1.2999, a KST Oscillator (KST) of 51.8713 and a KST Oscillator (KST Signal) of 51.8713 (leaving a KST difference of -2.09496). We also found an Ichimoku rating of 26.48, an Ichimoku B rating of 26.48, a Ichimoku visual trend A of 25.16743, an Ichimoku visual trend B of 24.97815, an Aroon Indicator (AI) up of 4.0 and an AI indicator down of 4.0. That left a difference of -4.0.

MOMENTUM: We found a Relative Strength Index (RSI) of 50.0, a Money Flow Index (MFI) of 100.0, a True Strength Index (TSI) of 100.0, an ultimate oscillator of 91.5487, a stochastic oscillator of 50.0, a stochastic oscillator signal of 50.0, a Williams %R rating of -50.0 and an awesome oscillator of -0.103.

RETURNS: There was a daily return of 5.18713, a daily log return of -0.79985 and a cumulative return of -0.79666.

What the heck does all of this mean? If you are new to technical analysis, the above may be gibberish to you, and that’s OK (though we do advise learning these things). The bottom line is that AS OF 2019-10-18 (if you are reading this later, the analysis will be out of date), our analysis of technical indicators for Axa S.A. (AXAHF) is telling us that this is worth holding. Please comment if you disagree with this conclusion or if you find any errors in the analysis above.

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DISCLAIMER: We are not registered investment advisers and the above analysis should be taken at face value only. We strongly advise against buying or selling Axa S.A. (AXAHF) based solely on our analysis above, and are not responsible for any losses that you may incur if you choose make any investment decisions based on the above.

Anthony Rankin

I am Anthony Rankin and I’m passionate about business and finance news with over 4 years in the industry starting as a writer working my way up into senior positions.

I am the driving force behind BPL and a professional daytrader. I will be providing technical analysis of various stocks on BPL.